Cady Coleman


Cady Coleman is a retired NASA Astronaut with over 180 days in space, which she accumulated over two Space Shuttle missions and a six-month expedition to the International Space Station (ISS). Cady¬†launched and landed aboard the Russian Soyuz spacecraft, and she acted as the lead robotics and science officer during her tenure aboard the ISS, performing the second-ever free flyer robotic capture from the ISS. After returning from space, Coleman integrated supply ship operations for NASA’s newest commercial partners, SpaceX and Orbital. Most recently, she worked for NASA’s Chief Technologist managing innovation programs and creative public private partnerships.

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